Hosted by Karl and a variety of guest cohosts, WATP navigates the murky waters of today’s popular and not-so-popular podcasts. They offer honest reviews that break the 4th wall of broadcasting and sometimes make sensitive podcasters cry a little. Simply put, they’re listening so you don’t have to. Subscribe to Who Are These Podcasts wherever you listen to podcasts.
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America’s favorite reality show family has gotten older, dumber, and much more boring. I’m not sure what they think this is going to be other than tedious. Jack really thinks he’s a star but he’s not likable or charismatic and he's also not likable. more
This week we check in on a couple of trans women who are doing improv comedy? Anti-improv? Anti-comedy? Anti-podcasting? Well I’ll give them this, it’s unique. I get very confused about these people’s comedy stylings and gender. more
We were back in Detroit last night with a live show at the Magic Bag. It was a great show with Trucker Andy, Producer Chris, Vinnie Paulino, Jenny Jingles, Drew Lane, BranDon McAfee, Marc Fellhauer, Dr. Steve, Eric Zane, Tookie, Cardiff Electric, Ray... more
Is anyone listening to WATB? I tried and it failed me. Too many pods of the same format Karl. Sometimes less is more
I learned of this program while watching my favorite show, Topic Time, with the incomparable Harrison Young. This “host”, Karl Hamburger, was a guest of Mr. Young’s so I thought I would give it a try. WATP is loaded with childish, crass humor and foul language. You have been warned! I will stick with Topic Time.
They can’t all be winners. Cringe of the week material.
I love that Karl losing a bet led to John showing transmission weenie on his livestream. Skol!
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Who Are These Podcasts? launched 8 years ago and published 468 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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